What's left of Tropical Storm Emily may make a comeback.
In its 2 p.m. tropical outlook on Friday, the National Hurricane Center gave the system, now an area of low pressure, a 60 percent chance of redeveloping over the next two days.
Although it remains disorganized, upper-levels are expected to become somewhat favorable for it to strengthen on Saturday, said senior hurricane specialist Lixion Avila.
The elongated expansive disturbance is spreading clouds and thunderstorms from eastern Cuba to the southern Bahamas as it moves northwest at about 15 mph.
If it were to reform, it would still be called Emily.
Florida likely won't have to worry.
Models continue to predict Emily's remnants would remain well offshore as it moves north, paralleling the state's coastline. When it reaches Central Florida, it is expected to turn right, out to sea.
For now, both the South and Central Florida forecasts call for Saturday and Sunday to be mostly sunny with a chance of afternoon storms.
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